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  1. says:

    EAST END TALES gives the reader through the veil of Gilda O'Neill's own personal experiences and the experiences of East Enders she interviewed what life was really like in that area of London from the early 1900s the interwar era the years between 1919 and 1939 the war years and during the 1950s when O'Neill lived there

  2. says:

    Born into a traditional East End family in Bethnal Green Gilda O'Neill grew up in a world most of us associate with chirpy cockneys pub knees ups legendary criminals and the Dickensian underworld Her nan had a pi

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    A lively first person narrative which really brings the old East End to life with all its energy humour hard work and privation Gilda O'Neill looks back on growing up in the East End and as well as remembering clearly provides a commentary from her mature self on the economics the values and the motivations which probably escaped her at the time She also shares her knowledge and research into the changes which have ta

  4. says:

    A nice short read which I started and finished in one sitting actually I was in the bath The author writes about her own and other p

  5. says:

    Great auto biography The book is a slim volume and enjoyable to read with a good pace to its narrative Much can be gleaned about the post war East End of London in the 50s the community spirit the food and eating habits Christmas and health schooling and crime Many details jump up to enlighten I had uite a bit of fun read

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    Lovely little insight into the East End and how it's changed My only criticism would be it's not long enough

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    This is one of those short memoirs where the author randomly records her or his thoughts and memories about a childhood neighborhood Gilda O'Neill grew up in the East End of London Contrary to editorial reviews on its page the book i

  8. says:

    This caught my eye when it said Bethnal Green being a Bethnal Green girl myself and practically being brought up on Pie an

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    Princess Fuzzypants hereMomma loves London England so she eats up books on London of yesteryear and we both really loved th

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    This memoir style book tells many different tales of living in the East End and how life was years ago Most of the stories included are short and simple and although some of them are darker in nature than others the book does not come across as depressing but rather lighthearted Many of the participants ended up longing for their former life in the East End after they moved away One thing this book will likely